Presentation on theme: "STANDART OF RIGA SHIPYARD 2011. RIGA SHIPYARD has a large experience in shipbuilding, ship conversions and ship repairs since 1913, and is one of the."— Presentation transcript:
RIGA SHIPYARD has a large experience in shipbuilding, ship conversions and ship repairs since 1913, and is one of the largest shipyards in Eastern Baltic region. In 1998, after an upgrade of the yard’s shipbuilding division to conform Western Europe shipbuilding standards, Riga Shipyard has built and delivered more than 130 hulls of ships of different levels of the outfit in length of 15-80m for Norwegian, Swedish, Danish and Finnish customers. RIGA SHIPYARD operates nine berths having the following properties: RIGA SHIPYARD General information Berth No.Length, mDepth, m RKR-1205.0-5.0 RKR-2205.0-5.0 RKR-370.0-6.0 RKR-4320.0-6.0 RKR-5161.2-6.0 RKR-6388.0-7.3 RKR-6a105.0-6.0 RKR-7530.0-8.5 RKR-8184.8 (194.0)-5.5 (8.5) RKR-9247.6-5.5
Vessels are treated in three floating docks of 30’000 tons lifting capacity: RIGA SHIPYARD General information DATA on DOCKS RIGA SHIPYARD dock No. 123 Dock lifting capacity, t30 00027 0004 600 Length of the dock deck, m 225.7217.6132.0 Length of the keel way, m201.0200.1132.0 Inner width of the dock, m36.630.521.5 Max draft of the vessel, m7.206.804.80 Cranes capacity, t2 x 15 2 x 5
Two slip-ways allowing new ship’s hull building and launching of maximum dimension limits 100m x 14m and up to 900 ton of steel weight. In 2008 two Multipurpose escort turn-key tugboats were delivered by Riga Shipyard with Class notation 1XHULL, XMACH, Escort Tug, Ice Class 1A, Fire fighting ship, AUT – UMS, Oil recovery ship. In 2008 RIGA SHIPYARD entered aluminium hulls market, and since 2008 has begun to work on SWATH 25m type patrol vessels building project. Production is planned to commence in July, 2010. RIGA SHIPYARD provides the following shipbuilding works in its premises: steel hull building, hull outfitting, manufacturing and installation of Stainless Steel parts, aluminium hulls and/or superstructures, masts, foundations, shotblasting, metalizing and painting, manufacturing and/or installation of propulsion and steering equipment, rudders and bow thrusters, putting equipment into a hull, installation of pins for insulation matts. RIGA SHIPYARD General information
Total manpower capacity presently constitutes 800 employees. It is a very good time to establish partnership with the new customers and offer them a good shipbuilding quality, attractive prices, flexibility and r delivery time. Welcome to the list of our customers! RIGA SHIPYARD General information
RIGA SHIPYARD QUALITY ASSURANCE 2011 Riga Shipyard’s Quality Management System was approved by Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance as complying to Quality System Management Standard EN ISO 9001:2000 in 2001. Riga Shipyard’s Testing Laboratory has been recognized by BUREAU VERITAS as per Rule Note NR320 for tests, examinations, dectections and analysis. Riga Shipyard being an international port unit, Riga Free Port, strictly follows requirements of International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) and ISPS Code.
“SANTA” AplicationTowing, mooring, escort, fire fighting, oil recovery ClassificationBUREAU VERITAS Notation1 HULL, MACH, Coastal area – temporary unrestricted navigation, Escort Tug, Ice Class 1A, Fire fighting ship, AUT – UMS, Oil recovery ship. Main Characteristics: Length O.A.34,20 m Breadth O.A.14,70 m Depth 5,63 m Draft 3,90 m Overall draft 4,80 m Crew 8 Bollard pull 60 t Speed 13,2 kn NB1501
“STELLA” AplicationTowing, mooring, escort, fire fighting, oil recovery ClassificationBUREAU VERITAS Notation1 HULL, MACH, Coastal area – temporary unrestricted navigation, Escort Tug, Ice Class 1A, Fire fighting ship, AUT – UMS, Oil recovery ship. Main Characteristics: Length O.A.34,20 m Breadth O.A.14,70 m Depth 5,63 m Draft 3,90 m Overall draft 4,80 m Crew 8 Bollard pull 60 t Speed 13,2 kn NB1502
“FOX LUNA” AplicationOil Product Tanker Classification1A1 ICE-1C TANKER FOR OIL ESP RP E0 DYNPOS-AUTS HL(1.5) Builder: Aas Mek.Verksted, Norway, build no. 178, Year 2008 Hull builder:Riga Shipyard, Latvia, build no.1103, Year 2008 Main Characteristics: Length O.A 79,95 m Length P.P 72,08 m Breadth 13,20 m Mld. depth 7,50 m Tonnage 2284 BRT NB178
“RONJA NORDIC” AplicationLive Fish Carrier (Wellboat) ClassificationNMD, scantlings according to DNV 1A1 Builder: Aas Mek.Verksted, Norway, build no. 182, Year 2008 Hull builder:Riga Shipyard, Latvia, build no.1111, Year 2008 Main Characteristics: Length O.A 57,07 m Length P.P 51,44 m Breadth 12,00 m Mld. depth 5,10 m Tonnage 1256 BRT NB182
“METTE HELENE” AplicationTrawler ClassificationDMA, scantlings according to DNV X 1A1, Fishing Vessel Builder: Vestvaerftet ApS, Denmark, build no. 281, Year 2009 Hull builder:Riga Shipyard, Latvia, build no.1122, Year 2009 Main Characteristics: Length O.A 27,15 m Length P.P 23,32 m Breadth mld. 7,50 m Depth up to MD 3,72 m Tonnage 243 BRT NB281
“CRUM” AplicationHigh Endurance Expedition Vessel ClassificationSMA, scantlings according to DNV Light Craft Builder: TJÖRNVARVET AB, Sweden, build no. 135, Year 2008 Hull builder:Riga Shipyard, Latvia, build no.1107, Year 2007 Main Characteristics: Length O.A 17,200 m Length P.P 14,995 m Breadth mld. 5,500 m Depth up to MD 4,300 m Draught 1,300 m Displacement 36 ton NB135
HMS “ANTARES” (A502) AplicationTraining Vessel for the Swedish Navy Classification DNV 1A1 LC R1 Naval Support Patrol E0 Builder: Swede Ship Marine AB, Sweden, build no. 429, Year 2008 Hull builder:Riga Shipyard, Latvia, build no.1503, Year 2008 Main Characteristics: Length overall: 25,90 m Length design waterline: 23,90 m Breadth overall 6,00 m Breadth design waterline: 5,50 m Draught to waterline: 1,40 m Depth at L/2 3,60 m Displacement 80 tons NB429
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